Tasmanian Institute of Learning & Teaching

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Workshops & events conducted by the Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching

The Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT) provides a comprehensive schedule of teaching & learning workshops and events.

Please watch this site for future events. Event details are updated regularly.

Please note that registrations for most events close two (2) business days prior. If you are interested in registering after this time, please contact the Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching at tilt.enquiries@utas.edu.au.

If you have any difficulty registering please call (03) 6226 7251, or email tilt.enquiries@utas.edu.au.

How usable and accessible are your online courses?


Date: Wednesday 3 February, 2.00-5.00pm
Venue: Centen132 Hobart, X117 Launceston, A119 Cradle Coast

Register for the Seminar


Date: Thursday 4 February, 9.00-12.00pm
Venue: MML eLab1

Register for the Workshop - places are strictly limited

A seminar based on the findings of the Office for Learning and Teaching funded project:

An evidenced-based approach to the design and redevelopment of inclusive technology enhanced learning environments.

Presenters: Professor Denise Wood, Central Queensland University, and Dr Sheila Scutter, University of South Australia                     

Based on the findings of this project, which included case studies of a wide range of courses across Australia, including a course located in a remote community in the north-west corner of South Australia (APY Lands), and courses offered online in Singapore and Hong Kong, this seminar will demonstrate the approaches used to evaluate accessibility and usability, the findings of the case studies, and guidelines for ensuring usability and accessibility for students from a diverse range of backgrounds, in different locations and with different learning needs.

In the workshop participants will have the opportunity to learn how to use the usability and accessibility approaches used in this project, and to review their own courses using their own courses using these techniques and the guidelines developed.


Wednesday 3rd February 2.00-5.00 pm

Introduction to the Project


Professor Denise Wood

Usability of online course materials


Dr Sheila Scutter

Accessibility of online course materials


Professor Denise Wood

Coffee break



Guidelines for Course Design: Usability and Accessibility


Professor Denise Wood and Dr Sheila Scutter


Thursday 4th February 9.00-12.00 pm - Practical session

Usability testing

Accessibility testing


Professor Denise Wood

Dr Sheila Scutter

Evaluation and finish



For further information or assistance with registration, please email tilt.enquiries@utas.edu.au.

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